Kernel stack information leak when processing AUDIO_GET_WMA_CONFIG_V2_32 ioctl (CVE-2016-3907)

Release Date:

November 11, 2016

Affected Projects:

Android for MSMFirefox OS for MSMQRD Android

Advisory ID:

QCIR-2016-00055-1

CVE ID(s):

CVE-2016-3907

Summary:

The following security vulnerabilities have been identified: CVE-2016-3907 There is a kernel stack information leak when processing AUDIO_GET_WMA_CONFIG_V2_32 ioctl in the audio WMA driver. In case of AUDIO_GET_WMA_CONFIG_V2_32, wma_config_32 is on the stack. Due to alignment, the size of it is 24 bytes. The last 2 bytes are padding bytes which are not initialized and leaked to userland via “copy_to_user”.

Access Vector: Local
Security Risk: Medium
Access Vector: Local

Affected Versions:

All Android releases from CAF using the Linux kernel.

Patch:

We advise customers to apply the following patches:

Individual Patches

Acknowledgement:

This issue was reported to Google by an external security researcher. Qualcomm Innovation Center, Inc. (QuIC) thanks Google for bringing this issue to QuIC's attention.

Revisions:

Initial

Contact:

security-advisory@quicinc.com